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happened. jeffrey? >> reporter: good evening, diane. it's as if an earthquake has hit the vatican. the lights are still on, the buildings are still standing, but people here rocked by the surprise resignation of benedict xvi. it began as a routine vatican ceremony, but the pope's announcement in latin was anything but routine. "i have come to the certainty that my strengths, due to an advanced age, are no longer suited to an adequate exercise of the papal ministry." with that, for the first time in 600 years, a pope is resigning. benedict xvi was already old, 78, when he became pope. that was 2005. here he is almost eight years later, clearly frail and feeble. his older brother, father georg ratzinger, said today benedict is having trouble walking and had been advised by his doctors to stop traveling overseas. benedict will relinquish his papacy on february 28th. >> today's decision by benedict xvi came as a huge surprise to me, and, i think, to everyone in rome and everyone in the vatican. >> reporter: as a cardinal, joseph ratzinger was known as john paul ii's enforcer of religi
. >> and i'm diane dwyer. no apparent motive. police are searching for a man they say beat up two women in this district. stephanie, i understand police don't believe robbery or sexual assault was the motive. >> reporter: diane, that's right. police still trying to figure out what would compel a man to do this. walking along bartlett and 23rd and got physical with a woman walking past him. you can look at the sketch they just released of this man. he actually tried to punch this
patient demands. fox business network diane macedo joins us with those details. good morning diane. >> the big question was how affordable will that care really be. now california has healthcare obstacle they don't have enough money to treat the influx of patients. the american medical colleges 16 of california's 58 counties has a recommended supply of primary care physicians and nearly 30 percent of the state's doctors are approaching retirement age. to combat that problem they want treatment and pharmacists and p optometrists to act as primary care providers. not just california the national conference of state legislatures say 350 laws expanding the roles have gone nationwide and 24 states launched more than 50 additional proposals since the start of the new year. supporters say those professionals mentioned have more training than allowed to use and often see patients that are easily diagnosed but talk them to a doctor after waiting months. they tend to order more tests and subscribe more ant yacht dicks which could cauost more. health insurance does no good if you have no acc
homeowners into foreclosure. will history repeat itself? diane macedo has the story for us. many home buyers are buying houses with 100 percent financing. banks say they are not repeating the same that helped push the u.s. into a housing crisis a few years ago. this time around they are almost exclusive by being offered with clients with sizable assets and still require of form of collateral. instead of a down payment it's a piece of the investment portfolio. 20-40 percent is secured by investments. you might think people who have that kind of investment portfolio probably have carbon hand, too. this allows them avoid tieing up funds or making withdraws from interest earning accounts especially in some cases the return on investments is bigger than the rate they pay on their loan. it allows them to avoid the capital gains tax that would come with liquidating their investment portfolios. it makes up a small portion of the banks's lending. it sites a 10 percent increase in 2012 from the year before. they sadie manned is 2-3 times more than what it was. >> can't believe we are back here already
friend dian she's played by the rules her whole life. but then the rules flew right out the window. having just lost her husband, she stepped up and adopted her three grandkids, while working full time and caring for her brother, eddie, with cerebral palsy. i get the three children up. i walk andrew at eight i drop olivia off at eight thirty. spend a few minutes at emilio's school. i stop at the grocery store, and then i might do some laundry that has to be done. and then i have about five minutes. the baby sitter comes in and then i go to work. i'm not back home again until 11:30 at night. hard as she works, it's still a struggle to keep up with the bills and stay warm at night. when we asked the biggest oil companies to help families in need, only citgo, the people of venezuela, and president hugo chavez responded. thanks to them, citizens energy is able to deliver millions of gallons of fuel to families just like diane's. i'm joe kennedy. if you need help staying warm this winter, call me at 1-877-joe-4-oil. because no one should be left out in the cold! so if ydead battery,t ti
posted. "good morning america" first thing in the morning. diane sawyer right back here tomorrow night. have a great evening and a great week ahead.
will finally break her silence. 25-year-old amanda knox is set to take the trial by diane sawyer on abc use. knox's book waiting to be heard. knox is convicted of murdering her british roommate. that conviction was overturned in 2011. >> gas prices soaring shooting up $0.07 from last week. the average over 3.60 a gallon since october. prices have been skteadily climbing since then. >> thank you patti ann. >> the massive cleanup process begins this morning after about 200 homes were destroyed or damaged that terrifying tornado that ripped through mississippi. many still in shock over what happened. >> the window blew out. >> always amazing to see mississippi and the resilience and determination and families that are out working together picking up debris around their home. >> about 60 people were hurt in the storm. amazingly no one was killed. former navy seal chris kyle will be laid to rest. thousands are expected to line the procession route from dallas to austin to show their support just as they did last night was an emotional memorial service for the american hero. >> there were 7,000 p
for a major hollywood couple. josh rolland and diane lane are calling it quits after 8 years. it's the second divorce for both stars. no children together. it is an amicable split. broland was arre-- brolin was arrested for public intoxication. >> who knew what and when? we may finally get some answers on the benghazi terror attack. finally agreeing to release e-mails. this coming as the u.s. once again has been denied access to the suspect connected to the attack. peter doocy is live with more. >> by the time u.n. ambassador had the talking points on the infamous string of five sunday shows someone had taken out all language about al qaeda. now the administration is going to turn over a string of more than 70 e-mails showing exactly who advocated for that and who pushed the story line of the attack was spontaneous. egypt believed to have first hand knowledge of which terrorists participated in the murderings of four americans. in the state department yesterday questions about him were deferred. >> i think you are taking me into questions that are better directed at the fbi. >> remember just
. >> and there will be a separate tea party response from senator rand paul. diane sawyer and i will anchor the coverage of the state of the union at 9:00 p.m. eastern, 6:00 pacific. >> should be an interesting night, george. >>> we're going to turn to the vacation nightmare. the carnival cruise ship that has been stranded in the gulf of mexico. instead of trying to go to mexico, the ship trying to get to a port now in mobile, alabama. matt gutman has the latest on the story. >> reporter: for the thousands of people aboard, another day aboard a cruise ship where life is not a vacation. the decision overnight to tow the crippled "triumph," seen in these new photos, to alabama, could be making a brutal voyage even worse. and for the first time, we are hearing from passengers aboard that stricken ship. >> there's no lights, no water. we can't flush. some people were able to shower. >> reporter: conditions are getting worse by the hour, debra rightmire texted abc news. cabin carpets are wet with urine and water. toilets are overflowing inside our cabins. we're having to sleep inside the hallways. onion and
a month into its ownership. dagen: diane macedo joins us. >> several adweek executives are out now. you have vice president circulation and senior vp. as you mentioned, this is all under the new parent company. we reached out to this, but they will not comment just yet. there is an ipo that i know you want to mention. connell: i do not like cats. >> add china works over in china. they filed for an ipo over a year ago. great year. they filed for an ipo. here we are a year later. they withdrew the plans for the initial public offering. have not heard much from the company in terms of revisiting these plans in the future. >> connell watches pat videos. i caught him. >> this is a very popular thing. we love to kill time watching cats videos. they are using youtube cat videos to try to promote the liturgy need. it rafted up the plastic and keeps your house from stinking. they have some bling out kiddies and backup dancers. they are hoping to entice even cat haters like you, connell. [talking over each other] dagen: cat urine is the bigger problem. >> that is why you need this. dagen: i picke
and diane sawyer will anchor our coverage beginning tomorrow night at 9:00 eastern. >>> for all of you animal lovers, it's that time of year once again. 137th annual westminister kennel club dog show. more than 2,700 dogs are in new york city right now for the big event. >> being a true lover of dogs myself, this is one of my favorite events of the entire year. what's better than seeing the best of practically every breed of dog in the same place? >> oh, lord, help us. >> the judging begins today, but we're not going to know which dog is named best in show until tomorrow night. say all you want about this event. but here's to put some things into perspective for you. westminister predates the invention of the lightbulb, the automobile, the building of the brooklyn bridge, the invention of basketball, and the establishment of the world series. so say all you want about a bunch of pooches getting together and naming one cute pooch, but we've been doing this for a long, long time. >> i have no problems with animals or pets. just sometimes the people involved get a little too into it. i fi
side. diane strickland heard all of the evidence from the 2007 school massacre n. a statement, the stricklands say their beautiful daughter was murdered. and they appreciate the thoughts and prayers. meanwhile, police are not reporting any leads. >> the bodies were burned pretty badly. and our arson unit is continuing to work with the fire department's fire investigation bureau. >> reporter: but wjz has learned police are looking into the background of each victim, hoping it helps lead them to a motive. >> and a neighbor tells me that police were out there, questioning some people that live in nicole's neighborhood. adding to this mystery, it appears appears that neither of the victims has anything serious on their criminal record. reporting live at city police headquarters tonight, adam may, wjz eyewitness news. >> adam, thank you. >>> if you have any information, please call city police. >>> well, right now, baltimore city police are looking for the man who robbed two employees inside a busy hospital. the suspect held them at gunpoint.
's diane sawyer. >> the church is in the business of fundamental change internally. so when we speak about change in the church, yeah, there could be a change in style. there's certainly always going to be a change of heart because conversion of heart is what we're about. but there can't be a tampering with the changeless teachings of the church. >> dolan said he laughed when they first heard reports of pope benedict's resignation because they said they heard the same thing so many times before. >> of course, all of this has led to much speculation who might be the pontiff's successor. the top names being mentioned by experts are cardinal scola, 71 years old and from italy. he's being called the front-runner right now. canada's cardinal mark olette is next in line, 68 years old. and the former archbishop of quebec. 64-year-old cardinal peter turkson of ghana is also mentioned. and this is significant, since there's a growing catholic population in africa. argentina's cardinal and italy's cardinal angelo banoska is also on the possible list. >>> in other news this morning, president obama i
. diane, probably the most overlooked central figure in that period. so it came out, it came out that the stories turned out to be 18. and when i did i felt i could boil down the gist of it to give people a sense of it in the number. i really had more of a sense of pages. you cannot do this 800 to come you can't do it 400, let's see if you can do it under 300. and i'm very proud of this, i dated under 200. [laughter] [applause] >> and i wanted to go the extra mile on the chance that what i'm hoping is to have people say wow, we are so out of -- what is this that we don't and our politics is paralyzed and that we don't talk more about race. i forgot what you said at the beginning. >> dubois. >> dubois. the problem with the 21st century, it didn't go away, just like my three books didn't go away. but i don't think it's as essential. when he spoke, remember, the world was still colonized. most of the world was colonized at that time, and were utterly owned by the european nations. and our only claim to fame was that we said we did much of an empire but we are growing into a superpow
on the deal. there's going to be some thinking that jobs are going to go down. >> diane, the same question. >> down. >> you're worried about job creation and growing the economy, m & a work? i'm a market guy, i'm all for it. i'm just saying you can't really clap and cheer in terms of job creation. that ain't going to happen. >> initially the jbs go down as the two enterprises merge and eventually chick growth goes up -- >> productivity goes up but it's not creating any new jobs. it's a little beef that i have. >> but if you have more efficiency, i mean, i take the u.s. air and american merger, maybe that will mean tickets go down, they'll travel more -- >> time-out, there's no chance ticket prices are going down. but the heinz deal or the dell deal, it's not a merger. it's totally private. >> what's that going to mean for jobs? it's worse. they're going to slash more jobs. i worked on wall street. i was there quite a while. i'm not against it. it's the natural order of things. have i no problem with it. i'm just saying for those people who treat about the statement of the economy and the l
york's archbishop during an interview with diane sawyer. >> have you seen these pictures today? >> no, what is this about? >> they say this happened today. >> wow! is that not something? boy, oh boy. a lot of pasta overcooked with this lightning strike. can you believe it at st. peter's? boy, another apt image. >> cardinal dolan will be among those choosing the next pope. here's something interesting. the cardinals are cut off from the entire world when they're choosing the pope. no television, no phones or computers. and if no pope is chosen, the ballots are burn with a specific chemical that burns black smoke. so we've have to look for the white smoke once the conclave is started. >> everyone gathers right there waiting for the pope to come out. it's a big moment. two things struck me. you have to wonder in terms of geography and world demographics and with the surging hispanic catholic population, which way does the church go at this point? does someone younger to reach out to the younger generations or someone more liberal to main stream catholics a little more. but that latter ma
. >> if diane sawyer asks, you didn't see me. ♪ >>> thunder road. >> there we go. >>> consumer reports has ranked the top ten cars and it is not too good news for detroit. >> abc's marci gonzalez shares the results. good morning, marci. >> reporter: good morning. the consumer reports list just came out yesterday, and there were some surprises. honda is back. topping consumer reports top car picks for 2013 after being left off the list last year. >> it got some of the mojo back. >> reporter: honda roared back with three winners, the accord, odyssey and crv. but missing from this year's list are any american manufacturers. >> one thing that hurt the americans for our list is they are redesigning their pickup trucks this year and nothing scored really well. >> reporter: and trucks matter, because they're still in high behind, boosting average u.s. car sales by 14% this year. >> people go into the dealership thinking they want a fuel efficient smaller car. what they're finding out is that the big suvs and crossover vehicles, which are still the dominant portion of the market, are getting good
led by diane feinstein wanted to know if he agreed the use of waterboarding. he previously said he believed those techniques led to getting information that saved lives. but now he said he opposes it. >> it never should have been employed. >> reporter: he defends the use of drones to attack terror suspects. he said they are uses against threats and not as pay back. democrats cost that he will be confirmed. from could be a vote after that. reporting live in washington. >> the president meanwhile is among those scheduled to speak at the farewell ceremony later today. the 74-year-old will be honored for his years of public service. he said he is looking forward to returning to private life on his family's wall nut ranch. the president nominated chuck hagle to replace him but that nomination hasn't been voted on by the senate. >> going back to the continuing coverage of the search for accused gunman christopher dorner. investigators are going over the manifesto he posted on his facebook page. he addressed to america and he called it last resort. he said that he doesn't fear death, b
near at&t park around 9:30 yesterday morning. police say 48-year-old diane sullivan was riding her bike near third and king streets when she was hit by a seem truck that. crash happened in front of thousands of giants fans who were heading into the stadium for fan fest. . >> i heard a big boom. i see her laying down. >> police say two nurses who were nearby rushed to help sullivan but she later died at the hospital. the cement truck driver stayed at the scene and is cooperating with police. >>> a fatal crash on 80 in richmond is also under investigation. it happened near the karlson boulevard exit yesterday afternoon. the highway patrol says a 23-year-old man from hayward died after his car hit the center divide and a few cars before rolling cell several times. >>> authorities in tan tan say a man is in custody on suspicion of setting a fire that left a family of five homeless. crews responded to the 1900 block of deodar avenue just before noon yesterday. firefighters say the one alarm fire caused about $75,000 in damage. the red scros helping the family who lived there with housing. po
the head table. i would ask each of you to stand up briefly. >> we have maria,, diane, chief operating officer and bob and donald gaucher, a reporter for usa today. we have andrea stone, freelance writer and a member who organized today's event. thank you for that. we have linda kramer jennings and she is a clamor magazine washington bureau chief, and jonathan smith, a reporter for the news and a former national press club president. [applause] >> our speaker today is chris dodd. he is head of the national picture association of america. as chairman and ceo of the nmpaa, he made his debut last year at last year's oscar wirtz breaky remains the best-known here as the god of the dodd-frank consumer protection act from the most sweeping legislative reform since the 1930s. he is most proud of his records on children and family issues. he was the author of the 1993 family and medical leave of he would later moved his wife, jackie, and their two young daughters a few months before the first of the nation caucuses. but then senator barack obama camp 10 minutes colleagues in the caucuses. [lau
a lot of substance to that job. elizabethr dian warren. going for, my only real solution is to elect really good people who can say at times, i worked for red state, read district member in 2010 and the health care bill was a loud, contentious, very politically difficult fight to have. -- red district. one of the proudest moments i've ever had was that member came to me and said "i cannot live with myself if i voted against this bill." whenever the political consequences, that bill passed and i think we will survive moving record. those are the people that we need in congress. i don't see much of another solution to it other than. >> i know the internet is not going away or the cable news. you can watch events happen lives, and the instant reaction to everything. you don't even have a chance to separate from the moment, because everybody is passing judgment on what is happening. i hear what you are saying. >> it lines up extremely well with the new data. the pew research center yesterday indicated 50% -- rather 56 percent of americans say that current members of congress are to blame
is a result of a bipartisan effort of congresswoman cathy mcmorris rodgers and congresswoman diane degette, both members of the energy and commerce committee. they've worked long and hard on this legislation. it has great promise for increased hydropower development across the nation. we're delighted to bring it tooth floor today. at this time, i would like to yield two minutes to the gentlelady from washington, cathy mcmorris rodgers. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady is recognized for two minutes. ms. mcrorries -- mrs. mcmorris rodgers: i ride in support of h.r. 267 which i introduced with my good friend from colorado, representative diana degette. as we continue to advance an all-of-the-above energy strategy we must remember to include our nation's largest, cleanest, most affordable, reliable, and renewable energy source. hydropower. sustainable hydropower is part of a strong economy. the to the see the potential and benefits of hydropower, all you have to do is look at my home state of washington state. over 57% of our electricity comes from hydropower. it's clean and renewable.
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